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[texts]A Guide to Thermodynamics - J.A. Ramsay
J.A. Ramsay A Guide to Thermodynamics Chapman & Hall Ltd. 1971 Acrobat 7 Pdf 5.23 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option
Keywords: Physics; First Law; Second Law; Entropy; Equilibrium; Chemical Potentials; Maxwell's Equations; Temperature; Energy
Downloads: 612
[texts]Heat and Thermodynamics - Mark W. Zemansky
Mark W. Zemansky Heat and Thermodynamics ( 5th.ed.) McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc. 1968 Acrobat 7 Pdf 114 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option
Keywords: Physics; Temperature; PV; Work; First Law; Ideal Gases; Kinetic Theory; Second Law; Refrigerators; Kelvin; Entropy; Statistical Mechanics; Phase Transitions; Cryogenics; Superconductivity; Superfluidity; Helium; Ideal Gas; Chemical Equilibrium
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[texts]Thermal Energy- Part1B - The Second Law of Thermodynamics - Zoltan Spakovszky
The unrestrained expansion, or the temperature equilibration of the two bricks, are familiar processes. Suppose you are asked whether you have ever seen the reverse of these processes take place? Do two bricks at a medium temperature ever go to a state where one is hot and one is cold? Will the gas in the unrestrained expansion ever spontaneously return to occupying only the left side of the volume? Experience hints that the answer is no...
Keywords: Physics; Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics; Classical Gases; Fundamentals of Classical Statistical Mechanics; Thermodynamics; Ideal Gas; Entropy, Temperature and Pressure; Entropy; The Laws of Thermodynamics; First Law; Second Law; Third Law; Zeroth Law; Physics
Downloads: 15
[movies]NASA Connect - FoF - Launch Gravity - NASA LaRC Office of Education
NASA Connect Segment explaining how launch vehicles overcome the force of gravity through the force of thrust.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Jennifer Pulley; Dan Geroe; Zach; Cassie; Jen; Seema; Robert Goddard; Rocket; Shuttle; Launch; Gravity; Mass; Force; Newton; Newton's First Law; Balanced Forces; Action; Reaction; Thrust; Free Fall; Microgravity; Ratio; SLI; Space Launch Ini
Downloads: 679
[texts]Physics I - Classical Mechanics - Newton's Laws of Motion - Peter Dourmashkin

Keywords: Physics; Classical Mechanics; Classical Mechanics of Discrete Systems; General Theory of Classical Mechanics of Discrete Systems; Newtonian Mechanics; Statics; Newton's Laws; Forces; First Law; Second Law; Third Law; Physics
Downloads: 18
[movies]Launchpad: The Lighter Side - NASA eClips
Find out how you can get involved in NASA's Teaching From Space Program to learn about experiments conducted on board the International Space Station, or ISS. Learn about arachnids in space or how to use a straw on the ISS. Find out about the physics of a boomerang.
Keywords: NASA; NIA; eClips; Launchpad; secondary; video; education; physics; technology; science; physical science; space; biology; International Space Station; ISS; Teaching From Space; TFS; arachnids; straw; Newton; First Law; wicking; surface tension; spider webs; orb weavers; boomerang; microgravity; forces; space food
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[movies]Eben Moglen - How To Retrofit The First Law Of Robotics (HOPE 9, 2012)
Columbia law professor and legal council to the Free Software Foundation, Eben Moglen, on the dangers of mobile devices in their current state.
Keywords: 2012; HOPE; HOPE 9; Hackers On Planet Earth; Eben Moglen; keynote; Q&A; Free Software; Issac Asimov; First Law of Robotics; robots; androids; Android; iPhone; proprietary software; history; safety; privacy; privacy by design; Freedom Box; Debian; free speech; ownership; Library of Congress; DMCA; Apple; mobile devices; smartphones; tracking devices
Downloads: 1,778
[audio]MIT 16.01 Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IV, Fall 2005 - MIT OpenCourseWare
The basic objective of Unified Engineering is to give a solid understanding of the fundamental disciplines of aerospace engineering, as well as their interrelationships and applications. These disciplines are Materials and Structures (M); Computers and Programming (C); Fluid Mechanics (F); Thermodynamics (T); Propulsion (P); and Signals and Systems (S). In choosing to teach these subjects in a unified manner, the instructors seek to explain the common intellectual threads in these disciplines, a...
Keywords: Unified; Unified Engineering; aerospace; CDIO; C-D-I-O; conceive; design; implement; operate; team; team-based; discipline; materials; structures; materials and structures; computers; programming; computers and programming; fluids; fluid mechanics; thermodynamics; propulsion; signals; systems; signals and systems; systems problems; fundamentals; technical communication; graphical communication; communication; reading; research; experimentation; personal response system; prs; active learning; First law; first law of thermodynamics; thermo-mechanical; energy; energy conversion; aerospace power systems; propulsion systems; aerospace propulsion systems; heat; work; thermal efficiency; forms of energy; energy exchange; processes; heat engines; engines; steady-flow energy equation; energy flow; flows; path-dependence; path-independence; reversibility; irreversibility; state; thermodynamic state; performance; ideal cycle; simple heat engine; cycles; thermal pressures; temperatures; linear static networks; loop method; node method; linear dynamic networks; classical methods; state method
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[movies]MIT 16.01 Unified Engineering I, II, III, & IV, Fall 2005 - Spring 2006 - MIT OpenCourseWare
The basic objective of Unified Engineering is to give a solid understanding of the fundamental disciplines of aerospace engineering, as well as their interrelationships and applications. These disciplines are Materials and Structures (M); Computers and Programming (C); Fluid Mechanics (F); Thermodynamics (T); Propulsion (P); and Signals and Systems (S). In choosing to teach these subjects in a unified manner, the instructors seek to explain the common intellectual threads in these disciplines, a...
Keywords: Unified; Unified Engineering; aerospace; CDIO; C-D-I-O; conceive; design; implement; operate; team; team-based; discipline; materials; structures; materials and structures; computers; programming; computers and programming; fluids; fluid mechanics; thermodynamics; propulsion; signals; systems; signals and systems; systems problems; fundamentals; technical communication; graphical communication; communication; reading; research; experimentation; personal response system; prs; active learning; First law; first law of thermodynamics; thermo-mechanical; energy; energy conversion; aerospace power systems; propulsion systems; aerospace propulsion systems; heat; work; thermal efficiency; forms of energy; energy exchange; processes; heat engines; engines; steady-flow energy equation; energy flow; flows; path-dependence; path-independence; reversibility; irreversibility; state; thermodynamic state; performance; ideal cycle; simple heat engine; cycles; thermal pressures; temperatures; linear static networks; loop method; node method; linear dynamic networks; classical methods; state method
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